5 Ways To Brew The Perfect Coffee at Home

5 Ways To Brew The Perfect Coffee at Home

Ah coffee, that fuzzy, good-looking and addictive beverage. A simple drink that can unite people, help us innovate amazing things and of course, help us push through a Monday morning. Over time, coffee has been evolving, driven by innovation, commitment to quality and sustainability.

One of the most requested questions we get is usually around the brewing methods in which our organic specialty coffee shines through. One of the most revolutionary advancements we've developed is omni-roasting, which basically is a roasting process that creates a perfectly balanced coffee that shines through any brewing method, from espresso's intensity to pour-over's delicate aromas. 

So, rather than telling you the best brewing method, we will show you 5 different brewing methods in which we think, not only our organic specialty coffee shines, but also other amazing coffee beans out there. 

1) Pour-Over: Simplicity and Precision

The pour-over method is revered for its elegance, precision, and ability to showcase the subtle nuances of coffee. It involves slowly pouring hot water over finely ground coffee, allowing for optimal extraction and creating a clean, flavorful beverage.

Mastering the Pour-Over Technique:

  1. Grind Size: Opt for a medium-fine grind, ensuring the water can evenly permeate the coffee bed without channeling, a common issue that leads to uneven extraction.

  2. Water Temperature: Use freshly boiled water, around 200°F (93°C), to ensure proper extraction without scorching the coffee grounds.

  3. Pouring Technique: Start with a slow, gentle pour to saturate the grounds evenly, then gradually increase the flow rate as the coffee bed expands.

  4. Extraction Time: Aim for a total extraction time of 2-3 minutes, adjusting the pour rate accordingly to achieve the desired strength.

2) Italian Percolator: A Timeless Classic

The Italian percolator, also known as Moka pot, is a stovetop brewing device that produces a rich, strong coffee with a slightly bitter taste. It's a popular choice among coffee enthusiasts for its simplicity and affordability.

Harnessing the Power of the Percolator:

    1. Grind Size: Use a coarse grind, similar to French press, to prevent clogging the filter and allow for proper extraction.

    2. Water Temperature: Use hot water, around 200°F (93°C), to ensure proper extraction without scorching the coffee grounds

    3. Brewing Process: Fill the base of the percolator with water, add the coffee grounds to the filter basket, and assemble the percolator. Place the percolator on a stovetop over medium-low heat and wait for the coffee to percolate through the grounds.

    4. Serving: Once the coffee has percolated, pour it into cups and enjoy its strong, bold flavor.

3) French Press: A Timeless Classic for Rich, Unfiltered Coffee

The French press has stood the test of time, loved for its simplicity and ability to produce a full-bodied, unfiltered brew. The coffee grounds steep in hot water, resulting in a rich, flavorful cup with a slightly gritty texture.

Crafting a Perfect French Press Cup:

  1. Grind Size: Use a coarse grind, allowing for optimal extraction without over-extraction.

  2. Water Temperature: Boil water and let it cool slightly to around 200°F (93°C) to avoid scalding the coffee.

  3. Immersion Time: Pour hot water over the grounds, filling the carafe almost to the top. Steep for 4 minutes, ensuring the plunger is completely immersed.

  4. Plunge with Care: Slowly and carefully press the plunger down, separating the coffee grounds from the brew.

4) AeroPress: A Versatile Fusion of Pour-Over and French Press

The AeroPress is a unique brewing method that combines the elegance of a pour-over with the versatility of a French press. It delivers a clean, flavorful cup with a balance of acidity and body, making it a popular choice among coffee enthusiasts.

Harnessing the AeroPress's Versatility:

  1. Grind Size: Opt for a medium-fine grind, similar to pour-over, but slightly coarser to accommodate the AeroPress's brewing process.

  2. Water Temperature: Use hot water, around 195-205°F (90-96°C), to ensure proper extraction without bitterness.

  3. Pressing Method: Press the plunger slowly and steadily, creating consistent pressure for optimal extraction.

  4. Experimentation: The AeroPress is highly versatile, allowing for various brewing techniques, such as inverted brewing and backflushing.

5) Espresso: The King of Brewing, Unleashing Intense Flavors

Espresso reigns supreme as the foundation for many popular coffee drinks, renowned for its bold flavor, thick crema, and intense caffeine kick. It is produced by forcing hot, pressurized water through finely ground coffee, resulting in a concentrated beverage.

Espresso Mastery:

  1. Grind Size: Use a fine grind, similar to table salt, ensuring the water can pass through the grounds with minimal resistance.

  2. Water Temperature: Use freshly boiled water, around 200°F (93°C), to extract the coffee's full flavor without burning it.

  3. Extraction Time: Aim for a 25-30 second extraction time, ensuring the coffee's flavours are extracted, and the water to fully permeate the grounds and release their aromatic and flavorful compounds. 


From the elegant pour-over to the rich, unfiltered French press, and the versatile AeroPress to the intense boldness of espresso and the unique brewing experience of the siphon, there's a brewing method out there to suit every taste and preference. With our omni-roasted coffee, you can explore the world of coffee brewing with confidence, knowing that your beans are perfectly suited to any method.

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